From the announcement: So many features of King George III’s long reign are extraordinary in retrospect including the American and French Revolutions. Among the most extraordinary is the king’s long struggle with mental illness. George III’s mental illness, the efforts of his family, court, and doctors to manage and treat it, and historians and others’…

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From the announcement: Digital Pedagogy Lab 2020 will be hosted at the University of Colorado Denver, in collaboration with the School of Education and Human Development. We will gather July 27-31 for the largest Lab to date. This year’s event will include a broad selection of courses from an international group of faculty, special guest…

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From the announcement: SAVE THE DATE 6 December 2019 | 1PM-8PM BARNARD COLLEGE DIGITAL HUMANITIES CENTER Symposium participants: Yarimar Bonilla, Vincent Brown, Holly Bynoe, Laurent Dubois, Schuyler Esprit, Annette Joseph-Gabriel, Jessica M. Johnson, Frances Négron-Muntaner, Ruddy Roye, Roopika Risam Symposium organizers: Alex Gil, Kaiama L. Glover, Kelly Baker Josephs Our space is limited. We invite…

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From the announcement: This week the British Library has launched its latest online learning resource, Discovering Sacred Texts, which invites visitors to explore the world’s major faiths through the Library’s extensive collections. The new website includes over 250 digitised collection items, teachers’ resources, short films and articles. Nine faiths are featured: Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism,…

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From the announcement: The Papers of the War Department team is happy to announce that we’re back online! The last time you heard from us, we were putting transcriptions on hold to start a total redesign of the Papers of the War Department website with the support of a grant from the American Council of…

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From the announcement: The Andrew W. Mellon Fellows in the Digital Humanities at the University of Rochester are excited to announce the upcoming visit of  Professor Jessica Marie Johnson (Department of History, Johns Hopkins University) as a Distinguished Digital Humanist during the April 8-10. Detailed schedule of events TBA. Events include: a public lecture (“Constellation Noire: Scrying Diasporic Futures…

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